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What’s The Worst Thing Your Kids Ever Did?

I have a toddler and a 7 year old, so at this point we have an understanding in my home. They are both old enough to understand the rules. However, I do remember when they first started crawling and “no” was a just a word that mommy and daddy said a lot.

I’ve heard awful stories of what teenagers are capable of so, I’m well aware that the worst may be yet to come!

At a recent play date, I listen to mothers tell stories of what the worst things their children had done. I heard everything from babies getting into the glue on mouse traps, toddlers spraying the entire living room with cooking spray and teenagers stealing the car and driving to LA. Each story seemed to top the previous one. What is the worst thing your child ever did?

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